College Unbound Helps Working Adults Earn Fast Affordable Degrees
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CU students may now apply to participate in federal financial assistance programs including the Federal Grant program, the Federal Family Education Loan Program, the Federal Direct Student Loan Program, and the Federal Campus-Based Programs.
On Thursday, September 20, the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) voted to approve College Unbound (CU) to move to the next step toward full accreditation, allowing CU to join our peer colleges representing Rhode Island across the New England post-secondary education landscape.
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Provost Adam Bush tells the Chronicle of Higher Education how the degree program for adult learners came to feature student-driven projects, roles for peers and practitioners, and dinner-seminars with child care.
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New partnership provides opportunities to share resources, develop talent, and provide RI’s immigrant population with vital supports.
College Unbound announces its plan to award $10,000 scholarships to 12 qualified applicants for 2017 cohort.